Bosnia and Herzegovina coach bans players from having sex during Brazil WC

London, Apr 20: The coach of the Bosnia and Herzegovina national football team has reportedly issued a ban on his team’s players having sex with their wives and girlfriends (WAGs) during the Brazil World Cup.

Manchester City star Edin Dzeko, Stoke City goalkeeper Asmir Begovic and Roma playmaker Miralem Pjanic are among the players in the team, which will get their campaign underway on June 15 against Argentina in Rio de Janeiro.

According to the Daily Star, Bosnia and Herzegovina coach Safet Susic has decided he does not want his players wasting their energy romping with their WAGs in Brazil and instead advised them to try masturbation to keep their needs at bay.

Susic wants ‘military discipline’ from his squad during their first ever World Cup and warned the players not to treat the tournament as a holiday trip with their WAGs.

Recently it was revealed that England captain Steven Gerrard’s model wife Alex is ready to defy her husband and join him in Brazil even after manager Roy Hodgson decided that the WAGs cannot be a part of the official FA party. (ANI)